Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) are one of our most popular products among researchers in academia, pharma and biotech.

Here are five reasons to buy PBMC from normal, healthy donors from us:


1. 50+ Donors Available

We source our PBMC from a variety of donors to give you the best selection. With more than 50 normal, healthy donors in our inventory, you’ll be able to select the gender, age, ethnicity, blood type, HLA type, and other characteristics important to your research. All of our products come with a Certificate of Analysis.


2. Custom Isolations

If you have custom specifications, we can accommodate. Simply send us the donor profile, HLA type, quantity, and other requirements and we will source, isolate and cryopreserve your samples for you. Submit a custom request here.


3. Function Tested

We stand by our promise to deliver high-quality, fully functional PBMC that are ready to use in your experiments. All of our PBMC products are thoroughly tested using simulated shipping and storage conditions to confirm cell counts, viability and characterization.


4. As Good As Fresh (Or Better!)

“Fresh” is not always best when it comes to PBMC. Read our case study, How Fresh Are Your PBMC?, to learn how isolation and cryopreservation the same day as blood collection impacts PBMC quality. We process and cryopreserve cells fast to ensure maximum viability and functionality.


5. More than a Supplier

Your experience with us doesn’t stop after we ship your order. We want your experiments to be successful, so we provide a variety of technical support options you won’t find elsewhere. From our library of protocols to our research services and Q&A with our experts, you’ll be in good hands.

Looking for More PBMC Options?

We have a variety of disease-state PBMC from donors with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Sjogren’s Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Raynaud’s Syndrome, allergies, asthma, and other diseases. Browse our catalog of disease state PBMC.

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